Kaoru KAKINUMA
Kaoru KAKINUMA
確認したメール アドレス: tohoku.ac.jp
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A seawater desalination scheme for global hydrological models
N Hanasaki, S Yoshikawa, K Kakinuma, S Kanae
Hydrology and Earth System Sciences 20 (10), 4143-4157, 2016
262016
How pastoralists in Mongolia perceive vegetation changes caused by grazing
K Kakinuma, T Ozaki, S Takatsuki, J Chuluun
Nomadic peoples 12 (2), 67-73, 2008
192008
GrassPlot–a database of multi-scale plant diversity in Palaearctic grasslands
J Dengler, V Wagner, I Dembicz, I García-Mijangos, A Naqinezhad, ...
Borntraeger Science Publishers, 2018
182018
Vegetation in a post-ecological threshold state may not recover after short-term livestock exclusion in Mongolian rangelands
T Sasaki, T Ohkuro, K Kakinuma, T Okayasu, U Jamsran, K Takeuchi
Arid Land Research and Management 27 (1), 101-110, 2013
172013
Applying local knowledge to rangeland management in northern Mongolia: do ‘narrow plants’ reflect the carrying capacity of the land?
K Kakinuma, S Takatsuki
Pastoralism: Research, Policy and Practice 2 (1), 1-10, 2012
172012
Are water markets globally applicable?
T Endo, K Kakinuma, S Yoshikawa, S Kanae
Environmental Research Letters 13 (3), 034032, 2018
132018
Rangeland management in highly variable environments: Resource variations across the landscape mediate the impact of grazing on vegetation in Mongolia
K Kakinuma, T Okayasu, T Sasaki, U Jamsaran, T Okuro, K Takeuchi
Grassland Science 59 (1), 44-51, 2013
132013
Coupled social and ecological dynamics of herders in Mongolian rangelands
JH Lee, K Kakinuma, T Okuro, Y Iwasa
Ecological Economics 114, 208-217, 2015
112015
Herding strategies during a drought vary at multiple scales in Mongolian rangeland
K Kakinuma, T Okayasu, U Jamsran, T Okuro, K Takeuchi
Journal of arid environments 109, 88-91, 2014
112014
Relationship between pastoralists’ evaluation of rangeland state and vegetation threshold changes in Mongolian rangelands
K Kakinuma, T Sasaki, U Jamsran, T Okuro, K Takeuchi
Environmental management 54 (4), 888-896, 2014
82014
Detection of vegetation trends in highly variable environments after grazing exclusion in Mongolia
K Kakinuma, A Terui, T Sasaki, A Koyama, U Jamsran, T Okuro, ...
Journal of Vegetation Science 28 (5), 965-974, 2017
62017
A developing food crisis and potential refugee movements
MJ Puma, SY Chon, K Kakinuma, M Kummu, R Muttarak, R Seager, ...
Nature Sustainability 1 (8), 380-382, 2018
32018
Marmot disturbance drives trait variations among five dominant grasses in a Mongolian grassland
T Sasaki, K Kakinuma, Y Yoshihara
Rangeland Ecology & Management 66 (4), 487-491, 2013
32013
Traditional knowledge of Mongolian pastoralists and scientific evidence—a case study at a forest‐steppe in northern Mongolia
Y Morinaga, J Chuluun
2008 世界草地与草原大会, A-X, 2008
12008
Association between Cardiovascular Mortality and Economic Development: A Spatio-Temporal Study for Prefectures in Japan
EA Baptista, K Kakinuma, BL Queiroz
International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health 17 (4), 1311, 2020
2020
Resource variations across the landscape mediate the impact of grazing on vegetation in Mongolian rangeland under high climatic variability
K Kakinuma, T Okayasu, T Sasaki, U Jamsran, T Okuro, K Takeuchi
2020
An extreme weather event has intensified economic disparity in Mongolia
K Kakinuma, K Tamura, H Takikawa, H Nakamura
AGUFM 2019, GC21C-1262, 2019
2019
Socio-ecological Interactions in a Changing Climate: A Review of the Mongolian Pastoral System
K Kakinuma, A Yanagawa, T Sasaki, MP Rao, S Kanae
Sustainability 11 (21), 5883, 2019
2019
Population displacement and flood in the world
K Kakinuma, MJ Puma, Y Hirabayashi, S Kanae
AGUFM 2018, H44B-06, 2018
2018
Vulnerability of social-ecological system to climate change in Mongolia
K Kakinuma, A Yanagawa, T Sasaki, S Kanae
AGUFM 2017, GC13B-0777, 2017
2017
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